Virginia vs. Stony Brook
February 23, 2008
|Danny Glading||(5, 3)|
|Garrett Billings||(3, 2)|
|Brian Carroll||(2, 1)|
|Shamel Bratton||(1, 1)|
|Tim Fuchs||(0, 1)|
|Will Barrow||(0, 1)|
|Jack Riley||(1, 0)|
|Peter Lamade||(1, 0)|
|George Huguely||(1, 0)|
|Steve Giannone||(1, 0)|
|Bud Petit||5 (0.714)|
|Adam Ghitelman||3 (0.214)|
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|Kevin Crowley||(3, 4)|
|Ryan Hughes||(4, 1)|
|Jordan Mcbride||(4, 1)|
|Bo Tripodi||(1, 1)|
|Bobby Trenkle||(0, 1)|
|Steven Waldeck||(1, 0)|
|Owen Adams||(0, 1)|
|Michal Trojanowski||(0, 1)|
|Alex Kajencki||12 (0.600)|
|Rob Camposa||3 (0.300)|
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|The Game Story:|
|CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA-Virginia scored the final two goals of the game to gain a hard|
fought 15-13 win over Stony Brook Saturday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium. The win
is the second in a row for the third-ranked Cavaliers, while the Seawolves dropped
their season opener.
Danny Glading paced the Cavalier offense with a career-high five goals and three
assists for eight total points, also a career best. Garrett Billings had his
second three-goal game in a row.
Ryan Hughes tied his career high with four goals for Stony Brook, while freshman
Jordan McBride also tallied four times.
Glading scored three times in the first quarter as the Cavaliers found the back of
the net on six of nine shots in the period.
Their torrid shooting continued in the second quarter as Billings scored his first
goal of the contest at the 13:36 mark. Following Billings' goal, Alex Kajencki
replaced Rob Camposa in goal. The Seawolves also switched out of a zone defense
and went man-to-man the rest of the way.
The Virginia lead grew to 9-2 in the first three and a half minutes of quarter as
George Huguely and Glading put shots past Kajencki.
Defenseman Steven Waldeck ended the Cavaliers' four-goal run with the second goal
of his career at the 10:56 mark. Hughes followed 75 seconds later for the first
back-to-back goals of the game for Stony Brook.
Billings pushed the lead back to six at 10-4 with a remarkable over the shoulder
shot with a little over eight minutes remaining before halftime.
After a slow start, the Stony Brook offense started to gel midway through the
second quarter. The Seawolves scored three goals in five shots to close the half
and trim Virginia's halftime lead to 10-7.
The visitors from Long Island opened the second half with a goal by Bo Tripodi off
the opening faceoff as they outscored Virginia 6-1 over a span of 11 minutes and
Midfielder Brian Carroll gave the Cavaliers a little breathing room but Stony
Brook pulled closer behind back-to-back goals by McBride; both goals came off nice
passes from Kevin Crowley. Virginia's 11-10 lead was the closest the game had been
since the opening minutes.
Freshman Shamel Bratton added the first goal of his career at the 6:10 mark of the
third quarter as the Virginia lead grew to 12-10, but Crowley ended the quarter
with consecutive goals to tie the score at 12 heading into the fourth quarter.
Following Crowley's goal at the 3:23 mark, UVa head coach Dom Starsia replaced
goalie Adam Ghitelman with Bud Petit. Petit gave up Crowley's third goal of the
game with 19 seconds to play in the quarter, but he finished with five saves in
the game and gave his team a lift.
Billings scored on a fastbreak opportunity created by Will Barrow on the opening
faceoff of the final quarter, but Hughes answered an extra-man goal a short time
later to force the second time of the game at 13.
The teams traded possessions for the next seven minutes without any scoring as
Petit saved three shots to prevent the Seawolves from gaining their first lead.
Peter Lamade ended the scoreless drought by taking a pass from Glading and beating
Kajencki from the right side from eight yards out.
"Throughout the entire game, they (Stony Brook) were pushing out on Danny
(Glading) at X," Lamade said. "At the end of the game, my guy had to slide on to
him. It was a pretty close shot. I would have been pretty mad if I did not finish
The Cavaliers won the ensuing faceoff and Glading scored his team's second goal in
an 11-second span. Virginia's Garett Ince as the Cavaliers ran out the clock for
"I never sensed that we let down. Even early in the game, we just weren't stopping
them," said Virginia head coach Dom Starsia. "They did not have the ball much
early, but when they had it, it seemed like they could get some good chances. That
was troubling to me, even though we had a lead. I was not happy to be (ahead) 10-7
at halftime and I really didn't want it to turn into a shootout, but it reached a
point in the second half of the game where we just had do what we had to to win."
Virginia hosts Vermont at Klöckner Stadium on Tuesday (Feb. 26) at 4 pm in the
first-ever meeting of the two schools. The Catamounts are coached by former UVa
All-American defenseman Ryan Curtis. They lost at Duke 19-7 in their season opener